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Author: floh Three stars, 500 posts Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 69  
Subject: Re: CYBR Date: 10/4/2000 2:57 PM
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I don't know how to copy multiple links into a post; sorry. Is there a site somewhere that explains that? I've been trying to think it thru, and it seems I need to have a window open to write a post (and paste links into), and another window in which to peruse (and copy from) other useful posts...but, now I'm struggling to find how to do that, or decide if that is even the method of choice

You are on the right track. I usually keep two windows open when I want to post links in a message. What system are you using? With Windows you can just start your browser again for a second window. Then cut and paste the link with the the desired address into your window with your message.

A lot of people write their messages with Word or another text editor and then cut and paste the whole post into the message window. That may be an easier way to do it if you can only open one browser window.

Thanks for your interesting post - even without links!

floh
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